Attendees will be able to play a tech demo, the video of which apparently leaked a bit early. The video showed a playable dream sequence featuring main character Noctis as a child, being led through a forest by Final Fantasy summon Carbuncle.
Earlier this month, sources close to Gematsu pegged the game for a September 30 release, and this seems to be the case due to an accidental button push earlier this afternoon. That being said, tonight we will find out for sure.
Final Fantasy 15 is slated for release on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One and Square is “working to make” PlayStation 4 bundle option. The game will launch simultaneously worldwide.
You can get caught up on the last three year’s worth of Final Fantasy 15 news through the game’s page stub.